ABORTIONS are like divorces. Nobody sets out to get one. Circumstances arise and unfortunately leaves the person with no alternative but to seek one. They both cause mental and physical pain, the financial aspect is sometimes crippling but the end result in most cases brings a great deal of relief when it’s all over.
Just like the Divorce Referendum in 1995, everyone had a view on whether or not Ireland should allow this in its constitution. Key players in any ethical decision are always the Church, the State and the people.
This is the North – The Eighth Amendment doesn’t affect us
I’m not so sure about that.
Why are you showing us a photograph of the Andersonstown Road in Belfast?
Connolly House is where most people from West Belfast go for help with all types of problems. Sinn Féin activists have successfully aided locals with benefit claims, complaints…
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